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Galway are up against the doyens of camogie when they head to Croke Park for Sunday's All Ireland final (4pm ).
The Mayo Camogie senior team will play their first home league game of the season tomorrow afternoon when they welcome Kildare to Tooreen at 2pm.
Galway started their defence of their Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League division one with a victory, overcoming Dublin by 0-10 to 0-7 at TU Blanchardstown.
Galway will be represented in Croke Park for the league finals on Sunday with the county's senior camogie team.
Galway camogie supporters will be heading to Semple Stadium on Sunday for an attractive double-header.
The Galway senior Camogie team will take on Kilkenny this Saturday at 3.45pm in Semple Stadium in Thurles in the All-Ireland semi-final.
Mayo will be heading back to Croke Park next Saturday when they face Westmeath in the final round of the qualifiers with a place the last eight up for grabs. Keith Higgins was out to meet the press this week ahead of the game and he's looking forward to getting back to GAA HQ next weekend. "That's where everyone wants to play, we're delighted to get back there and hopefully and we'll have another day out there."
The Mayo juniors will get their big day in the sun when they take on Kerry in the All Ireland junior final on Saturday week, after the GAA confirmed the showpiece in the grade will be on the under card of Mayo's senior All Ireland quarter-final in GAA headquarters. Mayo booked their place in the final of the competition last Saturday with a 1-12 to 0-8 win over Kilkenny in Tullamore, and sets up a repeat of the 2012 final meeting between the two sides.
Apart from long term injury victim Orla McGrath (cruciate ligament) Galway camogie team manager Tony Ward has a full squad from which to select for this weekend’s championship clash with Offaly at St Brendan’s Park, Birr (2.30pm).
Last weekend was a very good one for Galway camogie as Tony Ward’s senior team defeated the All-Ireland champions Cork to claim their first Irish Daily Star Camogie League division one title since 2005 by 2-15 to 2-12.